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A Guide for Laypeople

Lodgings

When a bhikkhu is building or repairing a large dwelling for his own use, using resources donated by another, he may not reinforce the window or door frames with more than three layers of roofing material or plaster. To exceed this is a paacittiya offence.

[Paac.19]

Acquiring a bed or bench with legs longer than eight Sugata fingerbreadths after making it — or having it made — for ones own use is a paacittiya offence requiring that one cut the legs down before confessing the offence.

[Paac.87]

Acquiring a bed or bench stuffed with cotton down after making it — or having it made — for ones own use is a paacittiya offence requiring that one remove the stuffing before confessing the offence.

[Paac.88]...

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